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Police Incidents. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 October 1848
TUESDAY., laRUNKiAnDS. -. Thomas Blackell, SSamuel' Taylor, aid Samuel Denisin, were severally and individtually fined for saerificing ait the shrine.of the jolly god, and wero. dischiarged. Elizabellth Mills was charged with the same offeince, and being an old offender was sentenced to pay foiur pounds, or be confined foir fouri days?. SUSPICION OF ROBBERY. - Elizabeth Lyons, who has lately changed her name for the enupho nious one of Wiggit, was charged with robbing a man in Mr. Alic Long's public house, of three pounds in money. No prosecutor coming up to the scratch the prisoner was allowed to go at large. FRIDAY. ROBERT SINGLE, was upon 11the evidence of Constable Floyd, found guilty of being druni iti the streets on the 4th instant, TlIe ginieiade` posited was forfeited BETTY LYONS AGAIN.-Not content with her escape on Tuesday last, this peerless damsel curtsied again to the worshipful Bench, charged on suspision of robbing a queer lookling old man of the name of Henry Shelric...
TWELVE DROLL SIMILES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 October 1848
TWELVE DROLL SIMILES. 1. Sharp work for the eyes, as the devil said when abroad-wheeled waggon went over his nose. 2. I'm down upon you-as the extinguisher said to the rush light. 3. I know the world-as the monkey said when he cut off his tail. 4. Turn'd soldier-as the lobster said when he popp'd his head out of the sauce-pan. 5. Musical and melancholy-as the cricket, said to the kettle. 6. Here we are all mustered-as the roast beeft said to the Welch rabbits. 7. I'm all in a perspiration-as the mutton chop said to the gridiron. 8. Where shall I go ?--as the bullet said to:. the trigger. 9. Off with a whisk-as the butcheh-i. .i the flies. ?.?: . . . 10. I'll be quick-' as the fly said when bh hopp'd out of the mustard pot. 11. Every one take care of himself-as the jackass said when he was dancing among ther chickens. 12. When a man is ashamed to shew the front[ of his face, let him turn round, and shiew the back of it-as the turn.stile said to the weather cock.
MR. MITCHELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 October 1848
MR. MITCHELL. TRE following sketch of the EDITon of the " UNITED InisuGAN," is from the " NORTHERN STLan " Mr. Joar MITCHELL is the son of a Unitarian Clergyman of Newry-a man remarkable for his sagacity, intellect, honour, and love ofjustice. At the age of seventeen, our youn, patriot anud hero-for such I wish to characterise the cllrane. terless destitute Irishmaun-at the age of seven teen, mlarried. Hlie became partner in the firm of Fraser and Mitchell, solicitors, of Newry, I-le carried on his own department of his profession at B3anbridge, within ten miles of Newry, where he had a comfortable and happy homne, and was in possession of every comlfort. Hi-s mother still lives; and if the whole family imbibed their patriotism from hier breast, his three sis ters-all lovely girls--are as devoted to the cause of Ireland as himself. lie is not now mnore than thirty years of age -- has five or six children-is a fond father. a kind brother, andt an obedient sonui-all characteristio of ...
THE CONVICT MACKIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 October 1848
THE CONVICT MACKIE. C. I-i. 1ACKIE who had been found guilty of ari assault upon an infant at the Bathurst Assi~-s the 28th ultimo, and had been remanded for seuteuce was brought up for judgment and His Ho: on addressed him as follows: SCharles tleery Mackie.-The crime of which you have been convicted, is of a very hIorriblc chauiacetr. It is that of violating the person of a. temnle child, of the tender age of nine years! to whoru yup .at that time stood in the relatioln liof a protector0.and a parent-for you were the keeper of a school, and had her under your care iforti'strtition. 'It :was:.your duty, (it was that whiich yg hI.ad volunmtarily; assumed, and were boun l'by every consutiieratlion that usually opcr aehies onmann , faithfully to discharge,) to teach ii'e'liel iless childrent placed with yon, not the ud:ildileniits of lsarning only, but to instil into the yot?ig tminds lessons of propriety and 'v'iritue. Iiistead of this ,course, by which you vditdhaRe been eminently u...
To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 October 1848
To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. YA .I SS. SIn,-While visiting tile town and district of Yass during thle course of last week, I was much struck and pleased with the extenisive building improvemenets, which appear to have taken placee there since the occasion of my last visit (18 months ago), and of tile still greater improve ments which appear to be in progress. The Episcopalian Church has advanced so far as half way up to the square of the building: it is being built in the modern Gothic style, stands in an exalted situahion, and will have a very good ef fect, and lprescnt a handsome promiueut feature from the entrance into the town; the work, so far as it has progressed, is highly creditable to the conltractor and the gentlemen forming the managing committee, who have displayed com siderable zeal and energy in carryiug oant the plan of the work. The foundation of the New Hospital has been already laid, thie site of this builing havinig been presented gratuitously to the Trus...
Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 October 1848
To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald Sin,-Your Herald appears, by yuonrown'rio count, to be rather in bad odour with ce'itaih parties. This is just the highest cnmlPlitient which could be bestowed by these parties' upon your editorial labours. They do not wisli th~ei claims after aristocratical honours to be ques tioned-and therefore, when you open yoai co lumns for the wholesome strictures of thinkiug men upon these assumed claims, your paper is regarded with dislike, and treated with that kind of scorn, which proves you to have taken the best side of the question. It is to be expected that the Goulburn Herald will always advocate the cause of fair pray-for then it will secure the confidence of the generous minded-it will have the support of every friend of true liberty-and thie prnis of all who valu~ the truth of, " do unto others ats you wotld have othiers do unto you." Your correspondent, Aristides, s'enies tri h$?' e forgotten his pletge, to bom?snicsat'ew' stht..L again, but a...
A "GENTLEMAN." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 October 1848
A "GENTLEMAN." " Are you the fellow What's going West," said the coachman; "'cause I'm the gentleman what's to drive you, if you bel"--DuKE oF SAXE WSrman's TRAVELS. AT the Old Bailey, on the trial of Thurtell, a witness, in alluding to some person concerned, styled him a " gentleilti." Couridel required him to explain what hlie meant by ai "gentlemanu." "Why," said he, "he keeps a horse and gig!" Andl the mass of persons we meet with, though they would be ready to question the conclusive ness of this testimony of the witness, yet do themselves, habitually style certain nmbulatory existences, "' gentleman," on. evidence quite as slender; for, if interrogated after tihe manner of the Old Bailey, they could only anlwer, " Oh, he had plenty of yellow looking metal about his person, and a very white front to his shirt!" The truth is, (though we cannlot say the term has become corrupted,) that the application of it is changed; it represents now a different ani mal; it refers to any miale...
GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 October 1848
GUNDAGAT. (Fcoas onun oWzf COIRESPONDENT); i The imnmtddlirite vicidity of Gniiiilt' 3 .defi ient of resident genild.inen, and ie hVdld tmidhdl pleasure: to hear that RI. P. Jenkinis, E .,i J.P. hnsICometo reside in our neighbonirhood `Tii'tihg the.past week/he attended the ,Gitdagai, 'Colnt intlis)inagisterial capacity, and froino rie ability. and: experienc heh appears to posseSS, his re'si-. det eei as tiauagistrtute;. ill 1)e tf gi Out at qitaittio oth?,tfiiglibd'ffi'liood; A .lie6oise : as'frilt ted nauesw.piblie-ltonse, iidl.'likewidse to a wtinie' ?Ad beer .houise.. We wer" sdidilitit surprised at taielicense being granted fir the lI(ter, the 'p'irtt .lhaing built his hloune oiii ?i unmniasured allot ment of lhnd in opposi!ion t thlie order of tl?e Commnissioner of the district, '-hb wtiiatned tltf party not to build, and lie being oiheriseillee gible for hIoltlinig a license, lhaving been pir'evi otsly fiued for sly grog selling ii the Queanbe;ltii district. On Saturday last...
LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. INSURRECTION IN PARIS—10,000 KILLED AND WOUNDED [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 October 1848
LATER EUROPEAN NEWS., INSURRECTION IN PARIS-10,000 KILLED AND WOUNDED SINCE the foregoing European Intelli gence was in type, we have received fur ther news down to the 29th of June. Owing to the crowded state of our co lnmns we can only give a sumnmary of the sanguinary proceedings in the French capital, but shltl select for publication next week such furthier inteterting par-' ticulars from our English files as we think will be acceptable to our readers. The news from France is most appalling. On the 23rdl June, exactly four months from the proclamation of 11the republic, there was an insur rection in Paris that was not put down until more than three thousand persons had been killed, and twice that number wounded. It ap peaied tIhat the opening of the arteliers or go-i .vernment workshops, had the natural effect of drawlig from the interior large numbers of pcr sons who would much rather lounge about Paris in comparative idleness than work for their living at their various occupat...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 October 1848
N OTICE is hereby given, that any person found cutting er carting away TIMBER from Ilossiville will be prosecuted according to law. Rossiville, Sd October, 1848. £20 REWARD. T HE above Reward will be paid to any per Sson or persons who will give such infor mation as may lead to thle conviction of tile party or parties who wilfully burnt the Bagatelle Table in the Bark Building, between Mr. Mars den's aud Mr. Wenkley's, in Auburn Street, Goulburn, on Saturday morning the 23rd inst., about One o'Clock. Application to be made to FREDERICK WEBSTER, Goulburnr, Sept. 26, 1848. STRAYED, " ROM Mir. OIAKES, of CROOKWELL, a bay . Mare, with a star in her forehead, branded JW on the near shoulder. Whoever will deliver the same to Mr. J. Mars. len, of Goulburn, will receive L1 Reward. FINE WOOLLED RAMS. nWO I-IUNDRED superior well-bred RAMS for Sale, from the celebrated flocks of Messrs. BouLTrON and M\gxwELL, either for Sale or exchanged for three good sound wethers each. S: CARTER, Mutt Mut B...
BERRIMA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) BONG BONG RACES, OCTOBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 October 1848
BE~RREIVIA.B (iRnos OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) * BONG BONG RACES, OCTOBER 3. Trls usually quiet locality was coli;eiied by an asseinblage of all the beauty antd 'fashion of the vicinity to witness our Races. , ...: ::: "The particulars of the riniing are. as follows. FIisT RACE.-STAKES, 12. . Mr. Rowe's Calendrir; .......... 1 1 Mi: B1. Alleu's Speculation J....- 1 2: 4~: Mr. E. Carteir's Unicoi 2n 3.....;.2 28:,? Mr. Coomer's Scratch 3...,. :: .0 0, Dr. Branisby's Lunatic° e...'..".: .: 5 ,-4; 3: The, winning liborse, Calendar;, was rbode by Black IHarry, an abbrigine. " S oan RACE.--STAsLREs ; 1O Mr. Welby's Fidget.. ,,......... 1 1 Mr. Carter's Vanish......-. ...... :2 2": Mr. John Moore's Paddy-goceasy ... 3 3 " THInD RACE. Mr. Allea's Tross ................ 1 i: 1 Mr. Morley's Irishman ..... ......3 2, M:r. Welby's Black Swan ..?.....;;.: 2 3.:
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 October 1848
FRIDiAY, OCTOBTRi' 12.i; ;l Before OCrPTAN IHoViLL, J.P. v JAIs TrnorPsoN I butcliher, nppeared by.hlis. Attob'rne, M?r. Ogle, to answer a sumilonswlhieh had been issued:against him on the iufornmaiii?' of the Chief Constable, for illoiing a' goat'to stiay in the.public streets. SConstable Floyd wis called to prove .the ser vice: of the summous, but being uhable to swear thiat the duplicRte served was a couutelrpartot' the original produced, and also beiig unable to satisfy the Court as to tile timo he served it on the day prievious, . 1His Worship dismissed thle case, remarlkiing that it was apparent that the business of'servintg sumnmoiises was caiied oil in.a very loose man iier, and that ithe constable aplpehred' ti him to be very reluctant in giviting evidence. 'The Chief Constable withlidrew 'the otilier in formatiois he had laid under: the Iupouudin'g Act. There was no other business 'of moment be fore the Court.
SECOND DAY.—BEATEN STAKES [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 October 1848
SECOND DAY.-BETENASTETAKD Mr. Carter'sUnicorn.. .. (Riley) 4'' 1 1, Mr.i. B Allen's Specuiation .....: 1: 2 2j Dr. Brausby's Lunatic ......:... 3:8 '3 : Mr. Coomelr's Seratlh l.'.'..... 4 4 HACK RACE. Mr. B Alleni's Chance .s... . . 1 1i Mri. Cordeaux's Smuggler..... 3 0 a Mr. Morley's Irishmanu..... ? 3 3 ' The winning horse was admirably riiden by Master Ciapinan. ,The rain poured in torrents before the conln-l sioil of the first day's spur;t, and.continued with out intermission douing the whole of the second, to the infinite disappoinrtment of many who had anticipated the pleasure of seeing a Ladies' Rice for a handsomely finished side-saddle and bridle, whlich was of conise abandoned, ia consequence of the unfavorable state of'the weather.i Mr. Morley provided a very ample'spreedoi o0 the occasion. Charles Thlrosby, Esq., JP, Pvithl his acedise.: jtomed liberality, avowed his attehtiohl of adding. Ten: Guinoeas to the staketos for tile Raceos which take place on Boxing Day .-nlc...
WHAT DO WE LIVE FOR? [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 October 1848
WHAT DO WE LIVE FOR? What do we live for? Is it to be The sport of fortune's power; To launch our bark on plessure's sea, And float perhaps an hour; To waste our time in idle dreams Of what may be to-morrow; To glean with care from present scenes The source of future sorrows. What do we live for? Is it to find The ties of friendship broken; That love's a sound to cheat mankind, And dies as soon as spoken; To mark the woes on others hurl'd, Nor weep their hapless lot; To hate our fellows, curse the world, To'die, and be forgot. No: We were formed to search for truth, Through paths made plain by reason; To hail that light in earliest youth, Which shines in every season; Yes, we were made to win below The boon hereafter given; To calmly smile at eartllly woe, And find a home in Heaven. E.? We do not hold .ourselves responsible for the opinions or sentiments of Correspondents.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 October 1848
'?1ISS.- Eight Slhillihge and Sixpence per quarter'--if pud in advance, Seven Shnlings a tnd Sinpcilce per quarter. I~ ŽNo recjeipt is gonnine except on yellow pa. per and signed by the proprietor, WIrLLlaI JONErS. ADVERTISEMIENTS are charged 2s. Gd. for the first inch of space, iaud Is. for each addi tional inch, each insertion; and all advertise mentt that do nlot state on the face of them the tlumber of times they tr:I to bie iilscrttd, will be continuele uniotl doutleinttaud?d and charged tu tile parties coucerned. No verbal cotmnuuication can be attetided td and all letters mInust b~ post-paid) or they will not be taken it. ¶ht quarter's end on 31st M\arch, Wt0h Jtunit 3rdl September and 23rd Decemtber, at which periods only can Subscribers decline by gi?. ing notice and paying the amount due to thl end of the clirrent quurter. Edited, printed, and published by WILLIAMr JONES, (sole proprietor), at the Printitig Oflice, Auburn otreoet, Goulburw,
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 October 1848
FATAL ACOIDENT.-On Wednesday evening last, shortly before six oclock, as some childrell were playing alongside of the MIulwaree Ponds, close to Mr. Hawkins's, a little girl, about six years of age, daughter of Mr. Munoz, tailor, of this town, in reaching to secure the body of a kitten which was floating on the stream, over balanced herself, and fell in. Some little time elapsed before the distracted parents heard of the accident, and hastening to. the spot with some neighbours, found a man of the name of Wood, diving for the child. It was after his going down a third time that he brought the body to the sur face. A groom, who is, we understand, in the employ of Captain Rliossi, being by at the time, was asked to place the child before him on hirs horse, and gallop to the residence of Dr. Waugh, not more than a quarter of a mile distant from the scene of accident, but which he unnaturally refused to do: hIe was then asked to make ell the haste hlie could to inform that gentleman of t...
Select Poetry. WE MEET NO MORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 October 1848
'WE MIEET NO MORE. Pray tell me why that last resolve? Why add to what 1 felt before ? That thou art from some unknown cause, Estranged from me, I miuch deplore. Yet if that vow has caused thee ought Of agony or gloomlUness, Discard it, for to me it brought Perfection of unhappiness. Unhappiness that nc'er will end While this frail bark shall linger here: Keep it, and soon this soul wvill blend With spirits in some distant sphere. Perhaps 'tis well we ue'er should know All that has passed the inmost soul Of each, while in this vale of wo; But wait till time shall cease to roll. IHow canst thou say " we meet no morel" Were it not enough that dread farewell P Heaven surely will to me restore What I on earth have loved too well.
CHARTIST DEMONSTRATION IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 October 1848
CI-IARTIS r DEMONSTRATION IN LONDON. [FROM THE " SUNDAY TIMES" JUNE 4, 1848.] Fon some time past meetings have been held in variotds parts of the Metropolis, of Irishmen \who are advocates for the Repeal of the Union, and also of the Chartists, and the resolutions arrived at have been to the effect that in the event of any punishiment being inflicted on Mr. John Mitchell, who has now been sentenced to fourteen years' transportation, they Would then rise" en masse" to request from the Queen of England his release. As soon as the news arrived in town, on Saturday, of Mr. Mitchell's conviction, the various clubs assenlbled at their respective places of meeting, and at many of them it was agreed that the members should arm themselves for a demonstration on Monday evening. It was publioly proclaimhed thact apnblic meet ing should be convened on the Clerlkenwell green, and that a procession shotild be formed but whither it was to march was A profound secret. Seveln o'loclk was thd hour ap...
Police Incidents. TUESDAY, SEPT. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 October 1848
Ofl i2. " TU?S?AY, SLrT. 10 ":'-' Before W. H IO?ELL., 'W P. lA:ir ULL, and J""-' .:' '. F" MAoinTS n, EsQnsi J.P's . ToeorI·o s RAws.oe, free by servitutde, alpeiredr by his attorney' (i. e.) a pound note, tiupon a charge of drunkenness. The' btisiiess of: de: clarni" thi umliifrfeited was csiriieid tlirouigh in' a very siitisfaetbory manciter,:"hrougli the instru mentality of-coiistable TJones. How pleasiig must' be .r. Ritwson's reflections on the divided benefitS: 'arisiniff oult obif' lis depo1l~osit,' one., half uemg:.'rllced"'to thie e"imedit 'of : the liospital. inad tlfe otlibr7bestowfed upon the o.vigilanit Jones, whose nous and activity nre proverbial. WLL?~n HEa?lvY, holding the indulgence of a ticket-of-leave,pleaded giiilty to being drunk in the stieets oif Goulbiurn; on the'7th instant. The defendant haid jtist arrived in ,town from Mr. Chatfield's, at Rhyana, where he had been a hired servant, and:lhaving had no cash to take on leaving his employ hie accepted of the ...